Three spooky thrillers to read this Hallowe’en

‘Tis the season to be spooky! And what is spookier than a good old thriller? Equal parts tense and spooky (if it’s a good one), I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been there biting my nails, roaring through the pages- only to be blindsided by a good old plot twist at the…

Blog Tour: Cold Breath, by Quentin Bates

This is my first time reading Quentin Bates’ books, and I have to say it was quite the experience. Dark, twisty and at times bleak as the snows over Iceland, it was very much a Scandi thriller (is that the right word for it?) with my new police hero, Gunna. The book itself really does…

Review: Do Not Disturb, by Claire Douglas

Before I get stuck into this review, let me just mark this auspicious occasion by saying: hooray! A book that’s finally set in Wales!! Opening the first page and finding out that it was set in the Brecon Beacons was like getting a present on Boxing Day. Now, for the story itself. This was a…

Review: The Love Letter, by Lucinda Riley

Wow, this book was quite a rollercoaster. I don’t think any of it quite turned out how I was expecting it to- and for somebody who reads around a book a day, that was quite something! With twists, turns, unexpected deaths, and revelations, this kept me hooked, gasping and sometimes rolling my eyes. Everything in…

The top 4 summer books you should be reading

Summer is nearly over, and with it comes that sense of regret (on my part, anyway!). No more days spent sunbathing in the park, or heading to the beach. What we’ll have instead- especially if you live in the UK- will be intermittent gorgeous days and mostly miserable, rainy days. Either of them could do…